England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is ready to satisfy in a while Tuesday to resolve the destiny of England workforce head coach Chris Silverwood after the humiliating final result of the current Ashes 2021-22 collection in Australia, through which they misplaced 0-4.
The Each day Mail UK reported that Chris Silverwood is more likely to pay the value for the workforce’s Ashes debacle, through which the Joe Root-led England aspect was decimated within the first three Take a look at matches in Brisbane, Adelaide, and Melbourne earlier than preventing to a slim attract Sydney within the fourth Take a look at. Nevertheless, the humiliation was accomplished within the fifth Take a look at in Hobart.
ECB managing director Ashley Giles has been tasked with analyzing the explanations for England’s debacle Down Below and former captain Andrew Strauss- who’s the ECB cricket committee’s chair- will evaluate the report and submit his suggestions to the board.
The 46-year-old Chris Silverwood has stated that he’s eager to hold on within the position regardless of a 4-0 hammering in Australia, with defeat within the fifth Take a look at in Hobart final month the tenth loss within the final 14 Take a look at matches with him as head coach.
Andrew Strauss To Current His Suggestions On How England Cricket Ought to Transfer Ahead
As per the Each day Mail UK report, each Chris Silverwood and Ashley Giles had final week submitted a report on the Ashes Take a look at collection loss to Andrew Strauss. The 44-year-old former England captain attends the ECB’s board conferences in his position as Chair of the Cricket Committee, is predicted to have a giant say within the determination on Silverwood’s future as head coach and likewise the captaincy of Joe Root.
“Strauss will now current his suggestions on how England ought to transfer ahead to the board, with Silverwood and assistant coach Graham Thorpe the likeliest casualties of the red-ball ‘re-set’,” in accordance with the report.
England’s subsequent Take a look at collection is in opposition to the West Indies the place they are going to play three matches, in March, with the ECB set to resolve on the teaching workers earlier than deciding on the touring celebration. Within the occasion of Silverwood getting the sack, Surrey director of cricket Alec Stewart could possibly be made interim in-charge of the England workforce.